Who cares about Palestinians?

by Joseph Farah -- Who really cares about the human rights of Palestinian Arabs? Syria, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and other Muslim nations have warned Israel, in various ways and more…

Overgrowing education

by Joel Miller -- Someone reading Tuesday's Random Fire, "Overgrowing the Government," indicated that he would like "to see a more balanced column putting forth constructive suggestions [with] specificity." I don't do more…

Conservative magazine
goes to pot

by Don Feder -- If you're looking for a good pot party on the right (Edmund Burke meets Cheech and Chong), check out the pages of National Review. Legalization of marijuana is more…

Double delusion

by Daniel Pipes -- Consider two very different Israeli troop withdrawals from Arab-held territory: The first took place on May 24, 2000, when Israelis left southern Lebanon after an 18-year occupation. The more…

Pulling kids out of government schools, part 1

by Elizabeth Farah -- My last column concluded with this charge (in part): “All parents who are married and have no extraordinary circumstances to prevent them from doing so, should today remove more…

Sweet spot: The chocolate chronicles

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- A woman briskly enters an absolutely intoxicating Belgian chocolate shop on the East Coast of the USA in the midst of a punishing heat-wave, and inquires of the more…

Summertime and the livin' ain't easy

by Bill O'Reilly -- As summer winds down, America finds itself in a rather dubious place. The economy is terrible, the public-school system isn't much better, and Gary Condit is a household more…

Bye-bye Beethoven, Bach and Brahms

by Jude Wanniski -- To: George Jellinek, WQXR From: Jude Wanniski Re: The End of Classical Music What a nice piece about you in the September Opera News by Brian Kellow in more…

Tennessee Underworld revisited

by Joseph Farah -- "WASHINGTON – Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore accepted campaign contributions from executives of a Connecticut business allegedly tied to organized crime and the federal corruption investigation in Waterbury." more…

Usable black history

by Walter Williams -- John McWhorter, linguistics professor at the Berkeley campus of the University of California, has written a compelling essay in the summer 2001 issue of City Journal titled, "Toward more…